Women entrepreneurs and their role in promoting corporate governance

Title of this Module
Women entrepreneurs and their role in promoting corporate governance

Description
Corporate governance has come to encapsulate the blend of law, regulation and private-sector practice that enables companies to attract financial and human capital, to perform efficiently, and generate long-term economic value for their shareholders, whilst respecting the interests of stakeholders and society as a whole.

Module objectives
To promote discussion and understanding of corporate governance principles and practices and whether special governance arrangements ought to apply to financial sector institutions public and private sectors.
To consider the roles of industry associations, institutes of directors and the professions in promoting and disseminating good corporate governance principles and practices in public and private agencies.
Discuss the women participation and role in developing, promoting and implementing corporate governance worldwide.

Duration
The duration of this Module is 4 hours.

Unit M07U01

1
Unit M07U01

What is Corporate Governance?



Unit M07U02

1
Unit M07U02

Corporate Governance, the Antidote to Corruption: Key functions of CG



Unit M07U03

1
Unit M07U03

Corporate Governance Principles



Unit M07U04

1
Unit M07U04

Board of directors: Roles and responsibilities



Unit M07U05

1
Unit M07U05

How do we evaluate the performance of a Board of Directors?



Unit M07U06

1
Unit M07U06

Women in boards



Unit M07U07

1
Unit M07U07

CG and the Stock Exchange



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